1. In this 1st webinar (45:00), we share the TECAID story, outcome evidence, and application tools to facilitate your own department DEI culture change process.

    Specifically, in this webinar we provide answers to the following questions:

    • WHY engage in DEI-focused department culture change work? (2:20)
    • WHAT are useful resources, and what is the evidence that using these resources can help engineers to lead DEI department culture change? (12:12)
    • HOW does one lead DEI-focused engineering culture change using our new TECAID Model? (15:00)
    • WHO are other engineers engaged in leading DEI organizational change? (28:15)

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  2. Spatial Skills: A Promising Intervention for Promoting Student Equity

    Brought to you by ENGAGE Engineering, speakers Dr. Jacob Sigil and Dr. Jacquelyn Sullivan from the University of Colorado Boulder (CU-Boulder) discuss why spatial visualization assessment and training is vital, especially for at-risk women, underrepresented, and international students. They also show how to easily replicate a successful spatial visualization workshop used at the University of Colorado College of Engineering and Applied Science.

    More resources available on wepan.org and engageengineering.org

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  3. Recognizing and Reducing Unintended Bias in the Engineering Classroom with Dr. Stephanie Goodwin and Dr. Kelly J. Cross.

    In this interactive dialog webinar you will:

    - Explore examples of bias common in engineering.
    - Experience and learn a bias debriefing process.
    - Examine identity and its relationship to bias.
    - Learn of resources for developing bias reduction strategies.

    This webinar is a product of the Engineering Inclusive Teaching series funded under grant 1203164 by the National Science Foundation (NSF).

    More resources available on wepan.org

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  4. What ARE Unintended Biases? A Primer for STEM Educators

    Dr. Stephanie Goodwin, Wright State University: Discussion of equity and inclusion in higher ed often point to the role of unintended biases.

    But what exactly are these biases? And why are they relevant to STEM educators? This webinar introduces the cognitive processes that can lead to unintended biases and some of the consequences they may have for equity and inclusion in STEM.

    This webinar is a product of the Engineering Inclusive Teaching series funded under grant 1203164 by the National Science Foundation (NSF).

    More resources available on wepan.org.

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  5. Unintended Bias in Engineering Education

    Dr. Kelly J.Cross walks you through 3 case examples to assist you in the exploration of bias as it is embedded in common engineering education interactions.

    This webinar is a product of the Engineering Inclusive Teaching series funded under grant 1203164 by the National Science Foundation (NSF).

    More resources available on wepan.org

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